Charge Electric Devices With Solar Power

You may not have solar photovoltaic panels on your rooftop, but you can enjoy the benefits of solar power in several other ways. One of them is the FreeLoader Pro, a solar charger that powers most electrical devices, from the comfort of your home or during a expedition in the jungles of Africa.

It uses high power solar panels or USB (cable supplied) to charge its internal Li-ion battery. A full charge takes between seven and nine hours in sunny conditions. Once fully charged, Freeloader Pro is capable of delivering enough power to give a mobile phone 70 hours of standby time, 5,000 page turns on an eBook or a 100% full charge for a digital camera battery.

At 9.5V, the Freeloader Pro’s multi-voltage switch is capable of charging power-hungry, high-voltage devices such as MP4 players, portable DVD players and SLR camera batteries. It features a metallic push button “Power Halo” that indicates how much power is in the Freeloader Pro’s battery.

Freeloader Pro also features the CamCaddy. The CamCaddy is a specially designed adapter that accepts virtually every type of camera battery whether a simple compact digital camera, professional SLR or a video camera battery. CamCaddy suits all sizes of battery (3.2v to 7.9v) using its variable slider bar and adjustable contact pins.


• Solar charger with a built-in Li-ion rechargeable battery

• Battery can be charged using solar cells or USB connection

• Specially designed CamCaddy can charge almost all camera and camcorder batteries (about 87% of camera models are compatible)

• Compatible with iPod, iPhone, Blackberry, current Samsung, LG, Sony Ericsson, Motorola cell phones, PSP, portable DVD and MP4 players, more

• Li-ion rechargeable battery capacity: 1600mAh

• Solar cells: 200mA premium quality crystalline

• Impact resistant, rust free aluminum body

• Weight: 6.1 oz (174g)

• Dimensions: 5.9″ x 2.5″ x .8″ (150 x 63 x 20mm)

• Includes: Freeloader charger, CamCaddy, carrying bag, 10 charging adapters, USB cable, manual

• View the User Manual or the Compatibility List

Article by Antonio Pasolini, a Brazilian writer and video art curator based in London, UK. He holds a BA in journalism and an MA in film and television.

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Nice thing. Indeed, it is very multifuctional, portable and extremely useful invention!

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